ADA Information.

Federal and Military/MWR, it's time to ADA/ABA/508 (ICT) up your checkouts. Being you are ADA/ABA 508 (ICT) and DEIA mandated and the checkout is a part of it. You have equipment installers, and we have the ADA (CRT) card and PIN terminal stands and mounts which we can also match existing screw-holes and customize to fit as you see fit. The regulations and rules are already in place and are "readily achievable". You will need volume and we do have volume pricing. Attended, Self-Checkout, Unatttended.
OMB-: [3] See 36 C.F.R. part 1194, app. A (E103.4). The Access Board defines ICT as “information technology and other equipment, systems, technologies, or processes, for which the principal function is the creation, manipulation, storage, display, receipt, or transmission of electronic data and information, as well as any associated content.” AKA: The credit card terminal, attended, self-checkout, unattended, SSTMs.

Another term in ADA/ABA/508 (ICT) for point -of-sale devices is "Transaction Machines". For Federal and Military and any other business on federal land with a checkout, you are already mandated to make these checkout devices fully accessible which requires the devices a mounted using the exact requirements and our mounting does just that and the only to do so in the world. A great example of inaccessible is USPS checkout with exceedingly high countertops.

This includes Title III and Title II of the ADA requires state and local governments to make sure that their services, programs, and activities are accessible to people with disabilities. Title II applies to all services, programs, or activities of state and local governments.

For State, County, City, Township etc. The Americans with Disabilities Act protects the civil rights of people with disabilities, ensuring they have equal access to job opportunities, buying goods and services, and taking part in state and local government programs and services, including ADA enforcement at your level including both ADA and your local building code requirements. A great example are Motor Vehicle Departments with generally very high countertops, especially in California.

The core to an ADA checkout is the terminal and the key to that is being ADA mounted, meaning -assistive-tech mounted using the requirements of the ADA.

Our patented ADA terminal stands and mounts are the only available that accomplishes this and we have made them readily achievable. Easy to install. You can have it set and ready for ADA use in minutes. It works for all cardholders whether standing or seated in left, right or forward positions. Custom builds are available with volume purchase

We know, you have allocations for this sort of thing. Your customers deserve better at your checkouts.

The below coming NPRM this summer (2024) is for all card and PIN terminals whether countertop, SSTM, ITMs etc. Everything.

This rulemaking amends the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board's existing accessibility guidelines for buildings and facilities under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Architectural Barriers Act (ABA), located at 36 CFR part 1191, to include guidelines for the accessibility of fixed self-service transaction machines, self-service kiosks, information transaction machines, and point-of-sale devices. The U.S. Department of Transportation and U.S. Department of Justice are expected, via separate rulemakings, to adopt these amended guidelines as enforceable standards for devices and equipment covered by the ADA.
Volume and Custom
Your brand needs a comprehensive understanding regarding the point-of-sale accessibility understanding, you are in the right place. Whether C-Suite, Operations, IT, or Compliance officer, we can provide you solid validation and ADA compliance at checkout information you need. We also provide certification and train managers and employees etiquette education on addressing those with disabilities at your checkouts’. If you need expert services, that too, is available. There is a lot more to compliance than meets the eye. If anyone ever tells or sells you “helpful with ADA compliance for checkout” and it is not our ADA compliance dismount stand/mounting, you are being led down a bad road.  Compliance and helpful are two very different things.
Contact us and we can get started on the processes.

Volume purchase pricing and customization needs. We understand there are scenarios where existing screw matching may need to be done, or a particular setup for your multi-lane setup or sales, return or department mounting setups. 

Whether you are Federal, Military, State, County, City Big Box or Regional, ADA Title III and/or II, ABA/508 (ICT), we have you covered when it comes to ADA card reader terminal stands and mounting for accessibility for countertop, self-checkout, kiosks, unattended and all other SSTMs. 

National Coverage.
What is covers.

If you have encountered an inaccessible point-of-sale card reader terminal at any checkout, you can file a complaint with the ADA/DOJ. They will follow up.

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